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RichardLitt opened this Issue Jan 6, 2016 · 21 comments

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RichardLitt commented Jan 6, 2016

Please put IPFS Weekly feedback in here, unless you think something warrants it's own issue! Thanks!

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Best overview / update I've seen in my lists so far @RichardLitt (build up of content maybe; but, very comprehensive. ipfs/pm#76 )

I've been searching for tools for user commit tracking [things similar to: http://code.google.com/p/gource | https://github.com/acaudwell/Gource | http://gource.io & https://github.com/rictic/code_swarm | http://www.michaelogawa.com/code_swarm/ ]; I think that this is extremely valuable for attribution & users' internal motivations.
Thanks @eminence for tools/get_commits.py

Will the "Active Stuff" be expanded and possibly be looking more at something like 'to come' or Next Focus / Coming Priorities?

Would like to follow more from 32c3 more closely; is there more than the image and "Not (Just) Made in China"; is there more content from this event?

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https://github.com/ipfs/registry-mirror

NDuma commented Jan 9, 2016

Best overview / update I've seen in my lists so far @RichardLitt (build up of content maybe; but, very comprehensive. ipfs/pm#76 )

I've been searching for tools for user commit tracking [things similar to: http://code.google.com/p/gource | https://github.com/acaudwell/Gource | http://gource.io & https://github.com/rictic/code_swarm | http://www.michaelogawa.com/code_swarm/ ]; I think that this is extremely valuable for attribution & users' internal motivations.
Thanks @eminence for tools/get_commits.py

Will the "Active Stuff" be expanded and possibly be looking more at something like 'to come' or Next Focus / Coming Priorities?

Would like to follow more from 32c3 more closely; is there more than the image and "Not (Just) Made in China"; is there more content from this event?

Broken Link:
https://github.com/ipfs/registry-mirror

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Yeah, excellent update :) 👍

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jbenet commented Jan 9, 2016

Yeah, excellent update :) 👍

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dignifiedquire commented Jan 9, 2016

Broken Link:
https://github.com/ipfs/registry-mirror

Correct link: https://github.com/diasdavid/registry-mirror

@diasdavid, maybe move that over to ipfs though?

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Thanks, @NDuma. I'm not sure if the active stuff will be expanded to "What's to come" - that is a bit harder to estimate, and this is a roundup, not a forecast. The closest thing to that is the weekly sprints, at the moment.

There isn't more content afaik for 32c3, but you could always talk to the people who were there.

Fixed the links. Thanks!

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Thanks, @NDuma. I'm not sure if the active stuff will be expanded to "What's to come" - that is a bit harder to estimate, and this is a roundup, not a forecast. The closest thing to that is the weekly sprints, at the moment.

There isn't more content afaik for 32c3, but you could always talk to the people who were there.

Fixed the links. Thanks!

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Is the IPFS Weekly available on IPFS?

windemut commented Jan 19, 2016

Is the IPFS Weekly available on IPFS?

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@windemut of course. it's on the blog. these are all the same and served through ipfs:

(yes, even the https://ipfs.io/blog/ is served via ipfs :), using the "dnslink" text record)

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jbenet commented Jan 19, 2016

@windemut of course. it's on the blog. these are all the same and served through ipfs:

(yes, even the https://ipfs.io/blog/ is served via ipfs :), using the "dnslink" text record)

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32c3 Content:

https://media.ccc.de/c/32c3
via tweets on ipfs/archives#52

Add Archive %'s and Completions to Weekly?
  • Total Data Stored / Available Space -- Compression Metrics etc?

NDuma commented Jan 25, 2016

32c3 Content:

https://media.ccc.de/c/32c3
via tweets on ipfs/archives#52

Add Archive %'s and Completions to Weekly?
  • Total Data Stored / Available Space -- Compression Metrics etc?
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ahoebeke Feb 24, 2016

Is it possible to subscribe to the blog? Didn't see any way. Just thinking there's probably a twitter account to follow, but .. which one?

ahoebeke commented Feb 24, 2016

Is it possible to subscribe to the blog? Didn't see any way. Just thinking there's probably a twitter account to follow, but .. which one?

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There is an rss feed. The IPFS Twitter account is https://twitter.com/IPFSbot.

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noffle commented Feb 24, 2016

There is an rss feed. The IPFS Twitter account is https://twitter.com/IPFSbot.

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In January I added all repositories here:
https://www.openhub.net/p/ipfs
and included 1 new one within the last 2 days.

I think the metrics & graphs would be a valuable addition.
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NDuma commented Feb 26, 2016

In January I added all repositories here:
https://www.openhub.net/p/ipfs
and included 1 new one within the last 2 days.

I think the metrics & graphs would be a valuable addition.
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That is actually pretty cool!

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RichardLitt commented Mar 7, 2016

That is actually pretty cool!

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Really loving the newsletter, thank you for putting it together. :) Not just this week in particular, but every week—one of the few newsletters I look forward to.

One thing I'd love to see in addition: A regular "check in" with important on-going ipfs projects and their status/progress/opportunities to help. Things like ipns, pubsub, etc.

shazow commented Apr 20, 2016

Really loving the newsletter, thank you for putting it together. :) Not just this week in particular, but every week—one of the few newsletters I look forward to.

One thing I'd love to see in addition: A regular "check in" with important on-going ipfs projects and their status/progress/opportunities to help. Things like ipns, pubsub, etc.

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Thanks, @shazow! I really appreciate that.

Check-ins are hard, because we're trying to keep our signal-to-noise ratio optimal, which means not having check ins with all of the dozens (no really, dozens) of projects going on under the IPFS flag. I try to include updates and encourage participation as much as possible, when there is movement on any particular endeavor. If you've got questions about anything, let me know and I can find someone to help you dive in to whichever project you like. :)

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RichardLitt commented Apr 20, 2016

Thanks, @shazow! I really appreciate that.

Check-ins are hard, because we're trying to keep our signal-to-noise ratio optimal, which means not having check ins with all of the dozens (no really, dozens) of projects going on under the IPFS flag. I try to include updates and encourage participation as much as possible, when there is movement on any particular endeavor. If you've got questions about anything, let me know and I can find someone to help you dive in to whichever project you like. :)

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For sure, I agree it's not reasonable to cover every ipfs project in every newsletter, but a light sampling of "we haven't talked about ipns in a while, and there's no release yet, but here's how progress is going and the big blockers: ..."

shazow commented Apr 21, 2016

For sure, I agree it's not reasonable to cover every ipfs project in every newsletter, but a light sampling of "we haven't talked about ipns in a while, and there's no release yet, but here's how progress is going and the big blockers: ..."

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@shazow I'll work on it! Totally hear you. If you have any suggestions for particular projects, let me know in the future and I'll see if I can add something.

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RichardLitt commented Apr 21, 2016

@shazow I'll work on it! Totally hear you. If you have any suggestions for particular projects, let me know in the future and I'll see if I can add something.

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Porco-Rosso May 23, 2016

Just wanted to point out the newsletter link doesn't work!

Porco-Rosso commented May 23, 2016

Just wanted to point out the newsletter link doesn't work!

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@Porco-Rosso Which one? I changed it recently, may not have gotten them all!

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RichardLitt commented May 23, 2016

@Porco-Rosso Which one? I changed it recently, may not have gotten them all!

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Porco-Rosso May 23, 2016

@RichardLitt
https://ipfs.io/blog/16-ipfs-weekly-10/ links to https://tinyletter.com/ipfsweekly which gives a 404 error.

I've also checked week 8 and 9 and they all link to the same url that always gives a 404.

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https://ipfs.io/blog/16-ipfs-weekly-10/ links to https://tinyletter.com/ipfsweekly which gives a 404 error.

I've also checked week 8 and 9 and they all link to the same url that always gives a 404.

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Thanks! I've raised the issue here; for now, use this web address: https://tinyletter.com/ipfsnewsletter. :)

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RichardLitt commented May 24, 2016

Thanks! I've raised the issue here; for now, use this web address: https://tinyletter.com/ipfsnewsletter. :)

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Closing. Reopen as needed.

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RichardLitt commented Nov 25, 2016

Closing. Reopen as needed.

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